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So instead of a regular practice today the team went rock climbing. I love how Ballard is building a family in Indy. There is a bunch more on several of the players Instagram stories.

 

 

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Oh, I thought Rock Ya-Sin was climbing instead of going to practice.

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Rock climbing builds tendon and ligament strength. I wouldn’t be surprised if this is Rusty Jones idea. 

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I love all the team building they are doing. Even tonight there was a bunch of them at the bowling ally bowling together. No players getting in trouble just having fun bowling.

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I watched a bunch of their Instagram stories, and they were having a lot of fun. It seems like a great team-bonding experience.

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Beats lifting weights all the time

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7 hours ago, Nesjan3 said:

their not chopping wood, ill take it

When I was in College, I recall a player that was on the cover of Sports Illustrated cutting into his thigh with a chainsaw while cutting wood.  He was expected to be drafted but it cost him everything.  He did play his Senior year but wasn't the same.  

 

No wood cutting to build character please.  

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1 hour ago, lollygagger8 said:

Funchess looked liked a 8 foot tall spiderman on that thing! 

 

Impressive! 

 

Looked like he started a little slow but suddenly got the hang of it and shot up there.  

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Kenny Moore really struggled.lol. It’s funny seeing a offensive lineman do that.

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18 hours ago, CR91 said:

Beats lifting weights all the time

Hey hey, nothing beats lifting weights all the time :)

 

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1 hour ago, NewEra said:

Hey hey, nothing beats lifting weights all the time :)

  

 

I dunno, lifting donuts all the time sounds amazing...

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On 6/3/2019 at 4:19 PM, Smonroe said:

Oh, I thought Rock Ya-Sin was climbing instead of going to practice.

 

SAME, LOL.

 

Hooker, Ya-Sin Clinton Dix? :default_20smile:haha:lol:

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Rock climbing? I don't see any rocks! They are pulling plastic lol.

 

Climbing is a great workout and certainly a good team-building exercise. I'm glad they are doing it! Might anyone know where this is? Did they install a climbing wall at their training facility or did they travel to an indoor climbing gym? 

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